|Menu Design: Merchandising and Marketing|
|by Albin G. Seaberg|
Here in a single, thoroughly updated volume, is everything you must know to develop a menu that will dramatically enhance a restaurant's image.
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Heat oil in large skillet. Add chicken, cook, stirring occasionally, until chicken is no longer pink. Remove. Combine dressing, mayonnaise and ...
Brown the ground beef, add salt to taste (optional) drain all excess grease, and add all ingredients together. Add the corn chips last because they ...
Mix lettuce, tomatoes, olives and drained green chiles and put aside. Chill. Mix cheese. Chill. Mix mayonnaise and guacamole together; chill. Right ...
Brown ground beef, ... Cut tomatoes and place over lettuce. Bake at 350 degrees until cheese is melted. Serve each portion with sour cream and taco sauce.
Brown beef. Add taco seasoning. Cook as directed. Layer the salad as follows: On ... lettuce, tomatoes, salad dressing, rest of Doritos. Serves about 20 people.
Stir-fry beef on ... Add 1/2 package taco seasoning and 1/2 jar Ortega salsa. Set aside. ... on top of salad. Make sure ... sooner, they may get soggy.
Combine lettuce, cheese, ... if desired, and taco chips. Set aside. ... Drain meat and let cool. Add meat and salad dressing to salad just prior to serving.
Brown hamburger and ... above ingredients. Add taco sauce and Western ... soggy. This makes a very large salad that has to be eaten quickly or it gets soggy.
Brown ground beef and onion in skillet; drain fat. Add seasoning mix and water. Cook 15 minutes to reduce liquid. Place meat mixture in bowl, then ...
Blend the above ingredients until smooth. Spread in 9 x 13 inch pan. Add shredded lettuce, diced tomatoes, shredded cheese, chopped onion, optional; ...
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